ABC Family announced on Friday that they will accept the hour-long TV pilot produced by Jennifer Lopez. Based on a recent report published by People magazine, the TV pilot focuses on the story of a couple of lesbians raising their biological and adopted children.
Jennifer Lopez may have lost her contract with “American Idol”, but the diva has already come up with a backup plan that could bring her substantial revenue. The singer’s TV pilot has been accepted by ABC Family, so Lopez could have her own sitcom if the project attracts viewers.
“The Fosters” is a series focusing on the life of a lesbian couple struggling to raise their diverse family. The protagonists of the comedy-drama pilot are parents to an ethnic mix of foster and biological children, hence the name of the film. The casting hasn’t been selected yet, but the TV network announced that the pilot will be produced by Jennifer Lopez. Further details will be revealed as the interpreter will begin coordinating the work for the pilot.
Many other series have been produced with the help of Jennifer Lopez’s company, Nuyorican. “Taming Ben Taylor”, a romantic comedy starring the singer herself and “Sweet Little 15” are some of the popular series that have been produced through the said company.
Lopez did not release any statement in relation to ABC Family’s announcement. If the TV pilot attracts viewers, the singer could dedicate herself to other movies in the future. In fact, the “Dance Again” singer is not new to the Hollywood industry as she has starred in many films in parallel to her music career. “Selena”, “Anaconda”, “Angel Eyes” and “Monster-In-Law” are some of the many films that Lopez took part in proving that she can handle a wide variety of genres.